Pascagoula businessman David Boland pitches his plans for a tiny house resort on 30 acres of heavily industrialized Bayou Casotte, aerial map behind him, to the City Council on Tuesday night.
Pascagoula businessman David Boland pitches his plans for a tiny house resort on 30 acres of heavily industrialized Bayou Casotte, aerial map behind him, to the City Council on Tuesday night. Karen Nelson klnelson@sunherald.com
Pascagoula businessman David Boland pitches his plans for a tiny house resort on 30 acres of heavily industrialized Bayou Casotte, aerial map behind him, to the City Council on Tuesday night. Karen Nelson klnelson@sunherald.com

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